3-D preformed composites: The leap into LEAP
The LEAP jet engine is the next generation of the successful CFM56 engine for narrow-body aircraft which powers more than half of the commercial aircraft ordered in the past decade.
Albany International: Multilayer to multidimensional
Albany International (Rochester, N.H.) has a half-century of experience in producing multilayer technical textiles to meet demanding performance and cost expectations.
Albany Engineered Composites: Weaving the Future in 3-D
This 3-D weaver turned composite component supplier pursues a future in 3-D structures through continuous technology development.
The markets: Aerospace (2014)
Although North America currently dominates this market, Asia and the Middle East, in fact, are expected to be the primary drivers of global aerospace industry demand in the coming years.
GE Aviation creates research center with the University of Cincinnati
Located at the company's headquarters in Evendale, the center will allow students, faculty and GE engineers and scientists to pursue innovations for future jet engines.
Paris Air Show 2013: A century of aircraft progress
Torrential rains couldn’t dampen the spirit of innovation or stop the flood of business aerospace announcements.
HPC's 20th Anniversary: Thanks to HPC’s charter advertisers
Every trade publication lives and dies by its advertisers, and those who had the gumption to ante up for HPC’s premier issue are listed here and those who are still with us (see page numbers below) are gratefully recognized with the HPC 20th Anniversary Medallion.
New composites training facility to open in New Hampshire
Albany Engineered Composites and Safran Aerospace Composites will co-locate a new manufacturing plant at the Advanced Technology & Academic Center, in Rochester, N.H., which will provide training in composite materials and fabrication.
2012 Farnborough International Airshow Report
The biennial U.K. air event delivered the clear message that the aerospace industry — and aerospace composites with it — continue to soar.
2011 International Paris Air Show
At the 49th event, records are set for attendance and aircraft orders, and airframers go on record about composites-related developments.
A320 and B737 re-engining: Albany sees $150 million in CFRP
As Airbus and Boeing work to develop re-engined version of the A320 and 737 using CFM's LEAP-X engine, Albany International expects $150 million in composites work.
Paris Air Show: Composites at the year's largest air show
Albany Engineered Composites, Fokker, Latecoere, Premium AEROTEC and others emphasized composite components and structures at this year's Paris Air Show. No word from Boeing, however, about the future of the 737.
Albany will expand New Hampshire operations
Albany Engineered Composites will expand its facility in 2012, with production to start in 2014, in support of activity associated with Safran's aerospace programs.
SQRTM enables net-shape parts
New out-of-autoclave process combines resin transfer molding with prepregs for complex helicopter part prototype.
SAMPE 2010 Seattle Showcase
SAMPE’s first-ever foray into Boeing Country wrapped up with the M&P organization’s biggest draw this decade.
Albany will provide composite engine parts for Chinese jet
Albany Engineered Composites will provide composite fan blades
and other components for the LEAP-X engines that will power COMAC's
new 150-seat passenger aircraft.
2008 Farnborough Airshow Report
This biennial aerospace showcase underscores the ascendancy of composites in airframes and jet engines.
Eclipse cutbacks trickle down to Albany
Albany Engineered Composites downgrades its outlook in the wake of production cutbacks at Eclipse Aviation.
Boeing 787 Update
Approaching rollout and first flight, the 787 relies on innovations in composite materials and processes to hit its targets
SAMPE 2005 Product Showcase
SAMPE's U.S. Symposium and Exhibition highlights technological innovation and market expansion.